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... or surgery can both pop liver enzymes and bilirubin high for a while. Most doc's don't sweat minor elevations until they reach double the normal high limit over a series of tests over several months time. ... (2 replies)
... I had my gallbladder out on Feb 11. It was full of stones and very inflamed. My liver test 1 month prior showed normal ALT, the AST was 57, and bilirubin was 1.7. ... (2 replies)
... until one of the lower floaters started doing it too. Its really funny how all of this stuff is lining up now! ... (4 replies)

... high bilirubin can also be associated with Gilbert's disease. All my liver functions are within normal range but I have had bilirubin as high as 3.2 with no jaundice. ... (2 replies)
... When I see GGT elevated I think something is bugging the liver. ... (3 replies)
... Total Bilirubin 0. ... (3 replies)
... and bilirubin labs in the center third of their normal range? ... (3 replies)
... This is all very new to me. His first indication of something being out of whack was in September. He had a physical in August and everything was fine. Sept. ... (7 replies)
... On March 4th Hubby's PCP took him off the Licinopril he's been taking for the past several years for high BP. Not sure why. ... (7 replies)
... on my abdomen. It is still there and has not chagned. ... (0 replies)
Cholangitis??
Mar 9, 2015
... My elderly mother developed stones in her common bile duct 8 years after her gallbladder was removed. She became jaundiced, and ran a high fever, dark urine, and had bilirubin level of over 5.0 at that time. ERCP was performed and stones were removed. ... (1 replies)
... Fibrosis and Activity scores could not be calculated for this patient sample. Testing revealed an unusually high or low value for one or more of the biochemical analytes preventing accurate calculation of the Fibrosis and Activity scores. ... (7 replies)
... Back in November my husband went in for some blood work after experiencing a change in bowel movements, feeling "off". He is 61 and has been basically healthy. He was a regular drinker most of his adult life... a beer drinker. ... (7 replies)
... Hey hey, I have had dark urine several times this week. Haven't at all yesterday though. I'm currently on a 'cleanse' - plenty of lemon water, nothing but veggies and fruit, no meat or anything and NO alcohol or meds. I started feeling 'foggy' a couple weeks ago and it scared me so I completely modified my diet in accordance. The only other weird thing on my blood test was... (42 replies)
... Hi...yeah, the liver disease possibility is always scary. I have Ulcerative colitis and it was suspect that I had Primary sclerosing Cholangitis. ... (42 replies)
... Doctor says that my liver is fine. The bilirubin is now within normal ranges. The only red marker is ferritin, which he says should absolutely not be that high after the amount of blood I have given. ... (42 replies)
... Doctor says that my liver is fine. The bilirubin is now within normal ranges. The only red marker is ferritin, which he says should absolutely not be that high after the amount of blood I have given. ... (42 replies)
... I am sure the internist will get to the bottom of this, and if it is a gallstone or stricture in the duct, that is treatable. If no structural cause for the high bilirubin is found, be sure they do tests to check for hemolysis. ... (42 replies)
... while everything else is normal. I don't have any jaundice signs. The only thing that's been bothering me is mild discomfort in the LOWER right abdomenon. I'd say more in the area of the appendix, but sometimes it radiates a little higher or to my back. ... (4 replies)
... transferrin is not regularly checked! You need to request it, and honestly so many people need to get that checked out STAT! ... (42 replies)




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